Oct 14, 2012 5:30pm PDT
science museum in los angeles. almost a day late. the problems that put the journey way behind schedule. >>> i'm going over a -- >> a breathtaking jump from the edge of the earth's atmosphere. fearless felix baumgartner attempts to break the sound barrier in a free fall. and good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. nows of fans flooded the -- thousands of fans flooded the streets around at&t park before the first game of the national league championship series. the giants are taking on the cardinals to determine who advances to the world series. cbs 5 reporter mike sugarman has more on the buzz around the ballpark. >> reporter: ann, this is it. this is the league championship series that baseball's final four is what you play for all year for fans too. 43,000 have crammed into at&t park. they're bringing their spirit and they're bringing a lot of money. >> sunflower seeds, peanuts, sodas, $1. >> reporter: that's a bargain. >> how much do you think you're going to drop tonight? >> money-wise? >> reporter: yeah. >> probably -- $600. >> the tickets were $150. and we brought some snacks.
Oct 13, 2012 5:30pm PDT
wow spectators in los angeles. it's being moved along tight city streets to its new home at the california science center and these are live pictures near bald win hills a los angeles suburb where the endeavour is now running some three hours behind schedule. the truck is being hampered by the many obstacles along the road from trees to power lines to buildings. but you can see there are still crowds lining the streets. cbs reporter louie is a hodge on the intricate maneuvering required. >> like a kid in a candy store. >> i to see it going down the middle of the city street in los angeles. >> reporter: as soon as the shuttle endeavour appeared along neighborhood streets the excitement erupted. >> it's really awesome and i'm kind of like oh my god. >> right there the wing is so close. >> reporter: but authorities are actually pushing back onlookers who are trying to reach up and touch it. crews lifted branches to avoid the wing's touch and you can see balconies filled with people reaching out. but while the closeness may be thrilling for the onlookers it also presented challenges
Oct 20, 2012 5:30pm PDT
happened north of los angeles. the 50-year-old woman was walking her dogs yesterday when she surprised a black bear and her cubs. the bear swiped at her and she fell down an embankment. she played bed. the bear lost interest and wandered away. >> i'm not surprised there's lots of bears around here. i have seen them. i have never had any issues. >> state fish & game authorities say the bear does pose a threat to humans and if they catch it they will put it down. there have been 15 confirmed bear attacks in california since 1980. >>> somebody to keep in mind when on train runs in the hills. >> my concern is mountain lions. this is a good time tomorrow to use your sunday effectively to look around, perhaps the gutters need a little bit of cleaning, because we do have rain in the forecast. it's live, it's our cbs 5 weather camera. official sunout is at 6:24. getting a hill glare off the camera lens there. otherwise, we currently have clear skies at the coast. air temperature very odd, santa rosa at 76, that confirms the relative humidity is down to 32%. south winds. in the 50s ot
Sep 30, 2012 5:30pm PDT
., los angeles times poll 38% of voters favor getting rid of it while 51% want to keep it. however, that gap narrows when voters find out that prop 34 requires convicted killers to work in prison and give their earnings to victim's families. we talked to supporters and opponents of the measure. >> right now, death row inmates sit in private cells, watching tv, talking to their lawyers, prop thor putting an end to that and puts -- prop 34 putting an end to that and puts them to work. >> reporter: and it sentences them to life in prison without the possibility of parole and every person convicted of murder to work in prison and pay restitution to the victim's families. representatives from both sides spoke on cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning. >> i think when i read the cases of the people who are on death row it is stunning in the evil that we are looking at. >> reporter: steve, the district attorney for san moteo. >> there needs to be a difference between people who commit more evil murders than others. >> reporter: statistics show the punishment that is meant for the worst of the